The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran cornerback Tramon Williams to a one-year contract on Sunday.
The move came one day after Cardinals cornerback Ronald Zamort suffered a torn ACL during a scrimmage that will sideline him for the season.
Williams has played 10 seasons in the NFL, the last two with the Cleveland Browns. He appeared in 12 games last season, starting seven, and had one interception.
The 34-year-old Williams spent his first eight seasons with the Green Bay Packers, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2010 after registering a career-best six interceptions.
Williams has at least one interception in each season and 30 for his career, which ranks fifth among active players. He has 4.5 sacks, nine fumble recoveries and five forced fumbles in 154 games (121 starts).
Zamort was playing in place of starting cornerback Justin Bethel, who has been sitting out due to a hyperextended knee.